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2015/08/02 06:18
2015/08/02 06:18
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A cynical citizen might take stock of the major cultural offerings in Denver right now and categorize the whole summer as The Great Pander of 2015. Pretty flowers at the art museum. Giant horses at...
2015/08/02 06:18
2015/08/02 06:18
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2015/07/29 16:40
2015/07/29 16:40
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Founded in 2012, PAAINT according to Orr, the retired Ventura College fine arts chair and instructor, concentrates on art works categorized as plein air, which �Are started and finished on location...
2015/07/28 02:22
2015/07/28 02:22
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Creativity can be as elusive as it is rewarding. Inspiration usually lies just beyond the intellect's reach, sparking our best work and sneaking away when we need it most—right before that big...
2015/07/26 06:34
2015/07/26 06:34
9d
REUTERSPicasso's $179.4 million "Les Femmes" became the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction. It last appeared on the block in 1997, selling for $31.9 million. Photo: Darren Ornitz New York -...
2015/07/24 21:44
2015/07/24 21:44
10d
ALAMEDA -- Forty artists from California and beyond will grab paintbrush and canvas for Alameda's 10th Annual Plein Air Paintout, a five-day celebration of artistic expression, running from Monday...
2015/07/23 15:38
2015/07/23 15:38
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DENVER - The Denver Art Museum has transformed this summer in a celebration of the life and beauty of flowers. "In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism" fills the temporary exhibit...
2015/07/22 15:35
2015/07/22 15:35
12d
How the world’s greatest artists broke through their creative block - Quartz How the world’s greatest artists broke through their creative block In 1951, Jackson Pollock was at his peak. A landmark...
2015/07/19 15:05
2015/07/19 15:05
15d
YOU’D have to wonder what French Impressionist Claude Monet would make of our modern-day preferences for low-maintenance gardens and neutral home decor. “Mais, non!” would be my guess after a visit...
2015/07/15 09:07
2015/07/15 09:07
20d
Gallery: French Day at Piper’s Vale Primary School enjoyed by children and parentsKeys Stage 2 pupils at Pipers Vale school, Ipswich, take part in a French day. Agnese, Emily and Bella tasting French...
2015/07/15 04:52
2015/07/15 04:52
20d
Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel & the New Painting Despite its popularity today, Impressionism was not immediately embraced by collectors, dealers, or the public. An important figure...
2015/07/14 04:25
2015/07/14 04:25
21d
OK, SO you’re probably going, “Is this like another Clueless listicle or what?” But seriously, the 20th anniversary of Amy Heckerling’s Emma-inspired teen comedy is kind of a big deal. Those 97...
2015/07/12 00:16
2015/07/12 00:16
23d
Cruising along the Seine from Paris to Normandy is the perfect way to travel, finds Penny Lewis. Tapestry II, which is really a 'floating boutique hotel' stops at picturesque Les Andelys. Photo /...
2015/07/09 02:12
2015/07/09 02:12
26d
BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is canceling "Kimono Wednesdays" after protesters called the event as racist. The museum has now made the decision not to let anyone try the...
2015/07/08 19:54
2015/07/08 19:54
26d
... – The party started early on VJ Day. Though the official announcement that World War II ended wasn't made until closer to 7pm on Aug. 14, 1945, a scientific assessment of the famous photo of...
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2015/07/08 19:09
2015/07/08 19:09
26d
What's This?A detail of a Matisse painting 'Le bonheur de vivre', the Joy of Life, which is part of the Barnes Foundation. Scientists are peeling back layers of paint to get to the root of an...
2015/07/08 01:21
2015/07/08 01:21
27d
Save us from Monet mania: A genius, of course. But as yet another Monet exhibition is unveiled, one art lover says it's time to try something more original London's Royal Academy of Arts has...
2015/07/05 11:30
2015/07/05 11:30
30d
Among its permanent collection is an iconic painting from Paul Gauguin, “Christ in the Garden of Olives (1889),” that museums all over the world want to show. Paul Gauguin, “Christ in the Garden of...
2015/07/04 23:25
2015/07/04 23:25
30d
The work of such great artists as Monet, Degas, Pisarro and Renoir — part of a group known as the Impressionists — was not a big hit when it was introduced in the late 1800s. Impressionism is one of...
2015/07/03 17:12
2015/07/03 17:12
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Located northwest of New London on Connecticut 163, Montville isn't exactly a metropolis. There's a deer crossing sign just before the Speed Limit 30 posting, and the village center consists of...
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2015/07/03 12:30
2015/07/03 12:30
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2015/08/02 06:18
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